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The Elvis Collection - Series Two The River Group - 1992
Notes: The three series of the 1992 River Group Elvis Collection together form a 660-card set, but each of the three series is skip-numbered within the 1-to-660 range. Relatively fewer copies of the third series were distributed, making that set the difficult part of collecting all 660 or the "Top Ten Hits" inserts. The first two series were also distributed together in Jumbo packs. Thanks to Ray Tucker and Donald Green for the Top-Ten-Hits and Gold/ Platinum Records titles and to Steve Kitsberg, Dave Christensen, and Anders Johan Pedersen for updates!
Regular Box: 36 packs of 12 cards. Common sets: approx. 1.97 per box if collation were perfect. Jumbo Box: 24 packs of 12 Series 1 + 12 Series 2 + 1 Gold & Platinum Records card. Common sets from Jumbo: approx. 1.30. No. Card Text Subset 3 It's 1954. Elvis and the then-called "Blue Moon Boys" (Sc Elvis Early Days 6 Here's the boy who would be King. Though no more than fou Elvis Early Days 8 Like many poor boys growing up in the south, Elvis saw gr Elvis Early Days 10 Back in 1955, it was still possible for fun-lovin' Elvis Elvis Early Days 15 On June 2, 1953, the graduating class of Humes High Schoo Elvis Early Days 18 Here's Elvis on an early date in 1947. Though he didn't y Elvis Early Days 22 Here's the Herald yearbook photo of the star of the Humes Elvis Early Days 32 On March 3, 1960, at his final army press conference befo Elvis Army Days 35 By 1958, being interviewed and receiving awards were noth Elvis Army Days 36 Some things never change. Every family with a boy in the Elvis Army Days 40 When Elvis passed away on August 16, 1977, this is one of Elvis Army Days 44 After his mother's untimely death in August of 1958, Elvi Elvis Army Days 46 Elvis clearly had the option of serving his army time in Elvis Army Days 47 Elvis had something in common with many of his fans. He w Elvis Army Days 73 The legend has always been that Colonel parker carefully Elvis Army Days 74 Let's call this one Presley's Back. At the end of his two Elvis Army Days 81 Near the end of Girl Happy, Elvis' character Rusty Wells Elvis Movies: Girl Happy 82 Girl Happy was Elvis' 17th film, and the first of three i Elvis Movies: Girl Happy 83 To be sure, Elvis was the main attraction in Girl Happy. Elvis Movies: Girl Happy 84 One of three Elvis movies released in 1965, Girl Happy is Elvis Movies: Girl Happy 85 In Girl Happy, Elvis pretty much strums his way from Chic Elvis Movies: Girl Happy 86 Live a Little, Love a Little was based on the novel Kiss Elvis Movies: Live a Little, Love a Little 87 The folks who came up with the movie poster slogans did s Elvis Movies: Live a Little, Love a Little 88 Live a Little, Love a Little was Elvis' 28th film. Elvis Elvis Movies: Live a Little, Love a Little 89 Elvis frequently turned his famly and friends into actors Elvis Movies: Live a Little, Love a Little 104 Stay Away, Joe was Elvis' 26th film, released less than f Elvis Movies: Stay Away, Joe 105 Stay Away, Joe was based on Dan Cushman's novel of the sa Elvis Movies: Stay Away, Joe 106 During his movie career, Elvis sang to some of Hollywood' Elvis Movies: Stay Away, Joe 107 Here's Elvis as Joe Lightcloud in Stay Away, Joe. He's ri Elvis Movies: Stay Away, Joe 108 Most of Elvis' films were shot in the comfort of Hollywoo Elvis Movies: Stay Away, Joe 114 The Trouble with Girls (And How to Get Into It) was Elvis Elvis Movies: The Trouble with Girls 115 Elvis' role as Walter Hale, the manager of a touring show Elvis Movies: The Trouble with Girls 116 The Trouble with Girls (And How to Get Into It) was Elvis Elvis Movies: The Trouble with Girls 117 In The Trouble with Girls (And How to Get Into It), the h Elvis Movies: The Trouble with Girls 118 Elvis was an avid football fan and frequent player. So he Elvis Movies: The Trouble with Girls 133 In the mid-50's, comedian Steve Allen was engaged in a fi Elvis Rockin' the Tube 135 History is fascinating. Two people involved in the same i Elvis Rockin' the Tube 137 "Well, you know, a couple of weeks ago on the Milton Berl Elvis Rockin' the Tube 140 In 1956, after filming Love Me Tender, Elvis returned to Elvis Rockin' the Tube 141 Veteran showman Ed Sullivan had vowed never to have Elvis Elvis Rockin' the Tube 146 Whenever Elvis stared into the lens of a television camer Elvis Rockin' the Tube 152 Elvis and television. Television and Elvis. The two were Elvis Rockin' the Tube 153 All eyes are on Elvis (and many are on the CBS curtains b Elvis Rockin' the Tube 154 Elvis was on a roll and the Colonel knew it. He had signe Elvis Rockin' the Tube 156 The September 8-14 cover story of TV Guide promised "The Elvis Rockin' the Tube 158 When Elvis made his first appearance on The Ed Sullivan S Elvis Rockin' the Tube 159 "Ladies and gentlemen, in as much as he goes to the coast Elvis Rockin' the Tube 160 When this photo was taken on March 17, 1956, Elvis had al Elvis Rockin' the Tube 161 Elvis made his fifth appearance on Stage Show on March 17 Elvis Rockin' the Tube 162 Rock 'n roll was the natural enemy of Big Band music. One Elvis Rockin' the Tube 170 Walk into any home and you're likely to find a photo disp Graceland Tour 175 This stunning portrait of Vernon Elvis Presley hangs in t Graceland Tour 176 As you tour the living room at Graceland, you'll find man Graceland Tour 179 You're looking at one of the wildest corners in Graceland Graceland Tour 183 When you visit the Trophy Building at Graceland, you'll p Graceland Tour 185 Guns, Elvis loved them. Elvis collected them. And Elvis o Graceland Tour 190 This Trophy Building display case contains the original c Graceland Tour 197 Here are some of Elvis' posthumous awards, on display in Graceland Tour 198 Althought it was one of his heaviest outfits, Elvis did s Graceland Tour 199 Bill Belew designed this cape for Elvis to wear with his Graceland Tour 201 You're looking at Elvis' favorite saddle, handmade by his Graceland Tour 202 One of the fans' favorite costumes was Elvis' Chinese Dra Graceland Tour 203 On display in the Trophy Building at Graceland is the bel Graceland Tour 208 Welcome to the lounge area of the Racquetball Building be Graceland Tour 212 "Plan the tour!" "Release the album!" "Make the film!" Wh Graceland Tour 213 People who traveled with the King traveled in style. As y Graceland Tour 214 Here's a peek at Elvis' bedroom aboard the Lisa Marie. Gr Graceland Tour 218 Here's Elvis' 1975 Dino Ferrari 308 GT4 Coupe. He bought Graceland Tour 219 This 1960 Willys Jeep proves Elvis drove both a great veh Graceland Tour 220 This is Elvis' 1971 Stutz Blackhawk, made in Torino, Ital Graceland Tour 241 Many of Alfred Wertheimer's photos have become classics. The Wertheimer Collection 244 Ah, the power of television! By the time Elvis made his f The Wertheimer Collection 246 When Elvis Presley arrived in Richmond for his shows at t The Wertheimer Collection 248 On the train ride to Memphis in early July of 1956, Elvis The Wertheimer Collection 252 Let's get right to the point. In 1956, no one took better The Wertheimer Collection 255 Elvis loved the piano almost as much as he loved the guit The Wertheimer Collection 259 Playing for the home crowd is always a special thrill. Th The Wertheimer Collection 262 This is a photo of a photo from Elvis' family photo album The Wertheimer Collection 265 Elvis took fan magazines very seriously. Back in 1956, wh The Wertheimer Collection 272 After a nap at the Warwick Hotel on March 17, 1956, Elvis The Wertheimer Collection 278 On the trip back to Memphis after performing on The Steve The Wertheimer Collection 280 On June 30, 1956, Elvis checked into the Hotel Jefferson The Wertheimer Collection 282 On Saturday, June 30, 1956, Elvis did two grueling perfor The Wertheimer Collection 286 Somehow, it's an image we all associate with a particular The Wertheimer Collection 298 Comedian Norm Crosby is famed for his malapropisms. His m Elvis with Personalities 299 On December 5, 1956, Carl Perkins was doing some recordin Elvis with Personalities 300 Elvis and Brenda Lee had a warm professional friendship f Elvis with Personalities 303 If you are a fan of early rock 'n roll who lived it, or i Elvis with Personalities 304 1971. The King of Rock 'n Roll meets the King of Sausage. Elvis with Personalities 307 Two sons of Sun Records embrace backstage at an Grand Ole Elvis with Personalities 311 It's a mutual admiration society as Elvis and Bobby Darin Elvis with Personalities 314 Elvis poses with good friend Nick Adams on the set of Fol Elvis with Personalities 315 Elvis poses with Jackie Wilson, one of his favorite perfo Elvis with Personalities 320 Thrills. Chills. And heights he'd never seen as the King Elvis Personal Life 322 When Elvis first started coming into money, he generously Elvis Personal Life 325 You hear a lot of talk these days about family values. We Elvis Personal Life 328 Here's Elvis shakin' a cue stick, rattlin' the balls, and Elvis Personal Life 329 Family man Elvis Presley spends some precious time with h Elvis Personal Life 331 Like a proud father holding his first baby, Elvis strikes Elvis Personal Life 332 As Elvis' popularity grew, he was away from home more and Elvis Personal Life 333 Elvis and Vernon share a moment on the set of Stay Away, Elvis Personal Life 337 Guns were a passion of Elvis' throughout his life. Here h Elvis Personal Life 339 Here's Elvis in the music room at Graceland, playing a fe Elvis Personal Life 340 Although he wasn't an avid swimmer, Elvis occasionally sp Elvis Personal Life 341 In recognition of his "constructive portrayal of a man of Elvis Personal Life 342 Cars were very important to Elvis. His fans knew that abo Elvis Personal Life 345 In 1960, RCA presented Elvis with an award to commemorate Elvis Personal Life 351 When Elvis Presley took the stage, he sent an electrical Elvis Portraits 353 Question to Elvis: When you hear rock 'n roll, does it ge Elvis Portraits 356 "I've known tragedy, losing my mother while I was in the Elvis Portraits 359 "I suppose you know I've got a lot of cards. People have Elvis Portraits 360 "You only pass through this life once. You don't come bac Elvis Portraits 361 Behind a six-string guitar... or behind the wheel of an e Elvis Wheels 362 It is the embodiment of the American dream: the journey f Elvis Wheels 366 In 1962, while in Seattle to film It Happened at the Worl Elvis Wheels 369 When the boulevard you're driving bears your name, and yo Elvis Wheels 376 It's certainly not your father's Oldsmobile! This custom Elvis Wheels 377 Elvis drove golf carts around Graceland (and on at least Elvis Wheels 380 You could not have asked for a more powerful climax to th Elvis '68 Comeback Special 384 This is a scene from the comeback special that was consid Elvis '68 Comeback Special 392 In one of the funniest moments on his '68 special, Elvis Elvis '68 Comeback Special 399 "Rock 'n roll music is basically gospel or rhythm and blu Elvis '68 Comeback Special 406 From the moment he stared into the cameras and half-spoke Elvis '68 Comeback Special 407 The best idea for the '68 special came from producer Stev Elvis '68 Comeback Special 409 During the closing credits of the '68 special, Elvis is s Elvis '68 Comeback Special 411 In the early days, Elvis played every inch of his Memphis Elvis S.R.O. 414 Elvis was a natural performer right from the beginning. W Elvis S.R.O. 416 When Elvis came home to Tupelo in September of 1956, "Hou Elvis S.R.O. 419 Here's the King shaking things up on Elvis Presley Day in Elvis S.R.O. 421 Whenever fans attended an Elvis concert, there were screa Elvis S.R.O. 422 Whether you sat in the front row or back; whether you saw Elvis S.R.O. 423 Quick, name a 22-year old who was able to earn upwards of Elvis S.R.O. 424 How do you celebrate a bit hit record? If you're Elvis Pr Elvis S.R.O. 427 In 1957, in conjunction with the release of the film Jail Elvis S.R.O. 429 Elvis owned the pop charts in 1956. His four #1 singles s Elvis S.R.O. 431 Whenever ticket sales were announced for a 70's Elvis con Elvis S.R.O. 434 Elvis Presley's multi-city tours depended on many people Elvis S.R.O. 436 1973 was a busy year on the road for the King of Rock 'n Elvis S.R.O. 440 When Elvis passed away on August 16, 1977, he was about t Elvis S.R.O. 442 "The greatest guitar player anywhere." That's how Elvis f Elvis in Vegas 444 Elvis hadn't performed live in eight years. And he hadn't Elvis in Vegas 446 Las Vegas is a town that never stops celebrating. But whe Elvis in Vegas 450 In the early hours of February 19, 1973, Elvis was center Elvis in Vegas 459 In whichever country you watched the concert seen 'round Elvis Aloha Special 462 Elvis was very proud of his charitable work. Near the end Elvis Aloha Special 465 On Tuesday, January 9, 1973, Elvis flew to hawaii from Lo Elvis Aloha Special 468 Elvis put in an exhausting schedule for the Aloha from Ha Elvis Aloha Special 470 When Elvis took the stage for the Aloha from Hawaii speci Elvis Aloha Special 474 The King happily greets fans and press during the making 477 These 12 letters say it all: Elvis Presley 479 Elvis takes a break during the filming of Flaming Star, h 482 Ninety-nine concert performances. Six radio shows. Fourte 489 Tampa, 1956. The King has just gotten his hands on a new 491 Today, this shot is undoubtedly page one in the photo alb 496 A man arrives in town via Cadillac limousine. He dones a 497 It's safe to say that Elvis had the most loyal and enthus 499 The King arises! Here's Colonel Parker's right-hand man, 501 It was one of the greatest partnerships in rock 'n roll h 502 From early childhood until the day he died, Elvis loved l 505 Here's Elvis caught in the act. When you're Elvis Presley 508 What his fans thought he'd do with a floral guitar we'll 512 What's it like to be in the eye of a hurricane? The look 515 Getting an Elvis Presley autograph was certainly a valuab 516 From the first days of fan frenzy to the final tour in 19 518 Here's Elvis getting a maintenance trim. It brings to min 524 Look at this picture and try to guess one of Elvis' favor 527 Elvis and Bill "Superfoot" Wallace share a triumphant mom 531 Don't mess with the King! After developing an interest in 534 Elvis was a good sport, and a good sportsman. He rode hor 535 Call this shot "you ain't nothin' but a hound dog." Here' 537 Spotlight on Elvis! Here he relaxes on the set of Loving 540 Gates and walls and fences are funny things. They keep pe 542 Elvis kneels alongside the man he called "Master Rhee." K 544 Talk about the people's candidate! Fans everywhere demand 545 On television and in movies, Elvis was mesmerizing. In co 549 'Twas a singer whose suede shoes were blue The greatest r 558 In March of 1957, Elvis' fame was such that he could no l 559 This photo was taken in the backyard of the Presley house 562 Elvis was known as a man of hits. But one particular hit 563 It was one of his dreamier and most popular publicity pho 564 Elvis was a man who gave. To his fans, he gave a special 567 Call him the Dr. Doolittle of rock 'n roll. All throughou 568 When it came to making records or performing in concert, 572 We live in a time when pop stars routinely command millio 576 The Presley family moved to 1034 Audubon Drive in Memphis 580 To say that Elvis was a man of diverse interests is an un 582 Have Guitar, Will Travel could easily be the caption on t 584 Whenever Elvis drove through the gates at Graceland, ther 587 Simply stated, Elvis influenced every aspect of popular t 591 February 25, 1961 -- a very full day in the life of the K 593 The community of Bel Air is one of the most exclusive in 597 When Elvis went in Florida in 1961 to film Follow That Dr 600 Rebel or laborer becomes rock 'n roller. That was the plo 601 Here's Elvis in a candid moment during a 1971 tour. Happi 604 The music industry lays claim to many famous streets. The 610 1957. The King wears his $10,000 gold lamé suit for the f 612 On March 21, 1960, Elvis recorded "Stuck on You"/"Fame an 614 He reigned as the King of Rock 'n Roll all over the world 615 Mitch Miller was a major force in popular music during th 618 Sometime in early 1956, Elvis gave a radio interview in T 619 The life of a music superstar is a life on the road. Here 622 Clothes were always very important to Elvis; he used his 626 Elvis could earn a million dollars anywhere he worked. An 628 Here's Elvis on the set of his 1961 motion picture Wild i 630 And the bears just kept on coming! Elvis received them by 633 Here's Elvis seeing eye-to-eye with Pam Ogles, his three- 636 Even for New York City, it was an amazing sight. A 50-foo 640 In 1956, not long after Elvis became an RCA recording art 641 In April of 1960, Elvis went west to make G.I. Blues, his 643 Induction day. Elvis showed up in a jacket he'd worn on T 646 On the Paramount lot during the filming of Loving You in 647 Fan magazines have printed thousands of stories, and no d 649 Being the greatest entertainer in music history had many 652 What's this? The King checking out the competition? Not r 653 Throughout his life, Elvis accumulated a number of nickna 655 Picking a pitchman for an ad campaign is tricky business. 656 It was one of the most whirlwind projects in recording hi 658 Elvis fans were a devoted group in 1957. They bought reco 659 Right from the start of his career, Elvis had an almost u 660 When Elvis was on tour, security was a top priority. So c "Special Offer" Pack Inserts Life-Size Elvis Wall Poster (red shirt) Order the First Day Cover/Commemorative Medallion Set! Order This Limited Edition Elvis Watch! (red band at top) CHASE CARDS Top Ten Hits Cards (Dufex, 1:18 packs) 2 of 40 (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear 6 of 40 Don't Be Cruel 7 of 40 Jailhouse Rock 12 of 40 Crying in the Chapel 13 of 40 Surrender 15 of 40 I Beg of You 18 of 40 Good Luck Charm 20 of 40 Don't 24 of 40 Suspicious Minds 25 of 40 In the Ghetto 28 of 40 Hard Headed Woman 29 of 40 Don't Cry Daddy 33 of 40 Stuck on You 35 of 40 (You're the) Devil in Disguise 37 of 40 Return to Sender 39 of 40 She's Not You Limited Edition Gold & Platinum Records (1:Jumbo Pack) This same list is repeated in the Elvis Series 1 checklist. No. Title - Issue Date - Status 1 of 50 Elvis Presley - October, 1956 - Gold 2 of 50 Elvis - October, 1956 - Gold 3 of 50 Loving You - July, 1957 - Gold 4 of 50 Elvis, NBC TV Special - Noveber, 1968 - Gold 5 of 50 Elvis' Gold Records, Vol. 4 - February, 1968 - Gold 6 of 50 From Elvis in Memphis - June, 1969 - Gold 7 of 50 On Stage, February 1970 - June, 1970 - Gold 8 of 50 Elvis, That's the Way It Is - Decenber, 1970 - Gold 9 of 50 You'll Never Walk Alone - March, 1971 - Gold 10 of 50 Elvis Sings Burning Love and Hits From His Movies, Vol. 2 - November, 1972 - Gold 11 of 50 Elvis, A Legendary Performer, Vol. 1 - January, 1974 - Gold 12 of 50 Elvis, A Legendary Performer, Vol. 2 - January, 1976 - Gold 13 of 50 Elvis, A Legendary Performer, Vol. 3 - December, 1978 - Gold 14 of 50 Memories of Christmas - August, 1982 - Gold 15 of 50 The Number One Hits - June, 1987 - Gold 16 of 50 Elvis' Christmas Album - November, 1957 - Double Platinum 17 of 50 Elvis' Golden Records, Vol. 1 - April, 1958 - Quintuple Platinum 18 of 50 Elvis' Golden Records, Vol. 2 - December, 1959 - Platinum 19 of 50 Elvis' Golden Records, Vol. 3 - September, 1963 - Platinum 20 of 50 Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits - August, 1970 - Platinum 21 of 50 Elvis' Christmas Album - November, 1970 - Platinum 22 of 50 Pure Gold - June, 1975 - Double Platinum 23 of 50 Moody Blue - July, 1977 - Double Platinum 24 of 50 Heartbreak Hotel & I Was the One - January, 1956 - Platinum 25 of 50 I Want You, I Need You, I Love You & My Baby Left Me - May, 1956 - Platinum 26 of 50 Hound Dog & Don't Be Cruel - October, 1956 - Triple Platinum 27 of 50 Love Me Tender & Any Way You Want Me - October, 1956 - Double Platinum 28 of 50 Too Much & Playing for Keeps - January, 1957 - Platinum 29 of 50 All Shook Up & That's When Your Heartaches Begin - March, 1957 - Double Platinum 30 of 50 Teddy Bear & Loving You - June, 1957 - Platinum 31 of 50 Jailhouse Rock & Treat Me Nice - September, 1957 - Double Platinum 32 of 50 Wear My Ring Around Your Neck & Doncha' Think It's Time - April, 1958 - Platinum 33 of 50 Hard Headed Woman & Don't Ask Me Why - June, 1958 - Platinum 34 of 50 Stuck On You & Fame and Fortune - March, 1960 - Platinum 35 of 50 Can't Help Falling In Love & Rock-a-Hula Baby - December, 1961 - Platinum 36 of 50 Return to Sender & Where Do You Come From - October, 1962 - Platinum 37 of 50 Big Hunk o' Love & My Wish Came True - July, 1959 - Gold 38 of 50 Surrender & Lonely Man - February, 1961 - Gold 39 of 50 (Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame & Little Sister - August, 1961 - Gold 40 of 50 She's Not You & Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello - July, 1962 - Gold 41 of 50 (You're the) Devil in Disguise & Please Don't Drag That String Around - June, 1963 - Gold 42 of 50 Kissin' Cousins & It Hurts Me - January, 1964 - Gold 43 of 50 Viva Las Vegas & What'd I Say - April, 1964 - Gold 44 of 50 Ain't That Loving You, Baby & Ask Me - September, 1964 - Gold 45 of 50 I'm Yours & Long Lonely Highway - August, 1965 - Gold 46 of 50 Blue Christmas & Santa Claus is Back in Town - November, 1957 - Gold 47 of 50 Frankie And Johnny & Please Don't Stop Loving Me - March, 1966 - Gold 48 of 50 If I Can Dream & Edge of Reality - November, 1968 - Gold 49 of 50 You Don't Have to Say You Love Me & Patch It Up - October, 1970 - Gold 50 of 50 My Way & America - November, 1977 - Gold Wrapper Mail-In Offers The Elvis Collection Checklist The Quotable Elvis (25-card Set) Elvis' Greatest Platinum and Gold Recordings (50-card set, no gold foil) Elvis 5" x 7" Postcard Set (25-card Set) The Elvis Collection Album Uncut Dufex Sheet -- (48-card panel, 3 sets of Series 2 Dufex) Card Album -- (binder) Factory set (All 3 series, 660 cards + 1 gold-foil card) -- The Elvis Collection (purple box with silhouette and signature) Tribute Box (issued 1993) The following cards are repeated in the Series 1 and Series 3 checklists. -- (six Series 1 packs) -- (seven Series 2 packs) -- (seven Series 3 packs) -- First Day Cover -- (one 5"x7" Elvis the King card) Elvis The King (5" x 7"; non-foil; 1 per Tribute Box) #1 Elvis' First Movie "Love Me Tender" #2 Elvis' First #1 Pop Single "Heartbreak Hotel" #3 Elvis' First National TV Appearance "Stage Show" #4 Elvis' First Gold Album "Elvis Presley" #5 Elvis' First TV Special "Elvis (The '86 Special)" Elvis The King Boxed Set (5" x 7"; foil; sold separately) #1 Elvis' First Movie "Love Me Tender" #2 Elvis' First #1 Pop Single "Heartbreak Hotel" #3 Elvis' First National TV Appearance "Stage Show" #4 Elvis' First Gold Album "Elvis Presley" #5 Elvis' First TV Special "Elvis (The '86 Special)" PROMO CARDS (All 3 Series) 1/10 Army Days 2/10 #1 Hits 3/10 '68 Comeback Special 4/10 Movies 5/10 Wheels 6/10 #1 Hits 7/10 '68 Comeback Special 8/10 Graceland Tour 9/10 Army Days 10/10 Movies -- (4-up panel, 4/10, 7/10, 1/10, and 2/10) -- (4-up panel, 3/10, 8/10, 6/10, and 5/10) -- (Dufex promos, blank back) -- (dealer window sticker) -- All New Series Two (poster, approximately 22" x 33") Searchwords: jahoc, yr1992, mfrRiverGroup, catMusic©2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007 Jeff Allender. 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